The Office of International Programs typically offers a study abroad program in Daegu, South Korea each year. Student participants study at Keimyung University where they are provided housing and food. During the program students receive six (6) course credits and learn about Korean language and culture through classes and excursions to various places in South Korea.
Overview: The program gives students the unique opportunity to learn Korean language at every skill level and engage in the culture of South Korea, all while being partnered with a Korean 'buddy' for the duration of the three-week stay. The program is held at Keimyung University in Daegu, South Korea and led by Dr. Ellie Lee. In this program, students receive 33 hours of Korean language class, 8 hours of Korean culture lectures, 16 hours of cultural tours in Daegu, two cultural field trips outside of Daegu, and more!
Eligibility: All Auburn University students who meet a 2.25 minimum institutional grade point average and have no pending judicial sanctions can apply for this program.
Course: Students receive credit for INTL 3930 - Korean Studies and Culture (6 credit hours).
To learn more: Visit aub.ie/koreanlanguageculture